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Use of Voltage Stability Assessment and Transient Stability Assessment Tools in Grid Operations


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Chapter 1. Overview of Security Assessment for grid operations.- Chapter 2. Basics of Voltage Stability Assessment.- Chapter 3. Basics of Transient Stability Assessment.- Chapter 4. Implementation of the Online Transient Security Assessment Tool for RAS Real-time Operation Monitoring.- Chapter 5. Implementing the Real-Time Voltage Stability Analysis Tool for the Western IROL Real-time Assessment.- Chapter 6. Voltage and Transient Security Assessment in ERCOT Operations.- Chapter 7. Use of Voltage Stability Assessment and Transient Stability Assessment Tools at PJM Interconnection.- Chapter 8. Online and Offline Stability Assessment Development at National Grid, UK.- Chapter 9. Use of Voltage Stability Assessment and Transient Stability Assessment Tools at the Nordic Power System Operators – Introduction of Synchrophasor Applications in the Control Room.- Chapter 10. Voltage Stability and Transient Stability Assessment Tools to Manage the National Electricity Market in Australia.- Chapter 11. Use of  Online Transient Stability and Voltage Stability Assessment Tools at State Grid China.- Chapter 12. On-line Voltage and Transient Stability Implementation at ISO New England .- Chapter 13. Stability Assessment at CAISO.- Chapter 14. Use of Stability Assessment Tools at Midwest ISO.- Chapter 15. Reactive power management in real time at Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).- Chapter 16. Use of Voltage and Transient Stability Assessment Tools for Grid Operations at BC Hydro.- Chapter 17. Use of Voltage Stability Assessment Tools at San Diego Gas & Electric.- Chapter 18. Stability Applications in the Dominion Energy System Operations Center.- Chapter 19. TEPCO-BCU for Transient Stability Assessment in Power System Planning Under Uncertainty.- Chapter 20. Voltage Stability Assessment Using Synchrophasor Technology.

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Sarma (NDR) Nuthalapati, PhD, is a Principal Engineer for Dominion Energy in Richmond, VA. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University in College Station. In the past, he was at Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc. (ERCOT) with the Advanced Network Applications Group of the Operations Support Department from August 2007 to March 2016. At ERCOT, he was involved in the area of energy management system (EMS) network applications and active in a synchrophasor project funded by the US Department of Energy (DOE) under the Smart Grid Initiatives Grants. Prior to joining Dominion in August 2020, he worked with PEAK Reliability, Washington, and Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA), Texas, as Principal Engineer and Supervisor for Energy Management Systems, respectively. He is currently the co-chair of the IEEE Task Force on Synchrophasor Applications in Power System Operation and Control. He also actively participates in the North American SynchroPhasor Initiative (NASPI) Working Group meetings. Dr. Nuthalapati is the editor of the book Power System Grid Operation Using Synchrophasor Technology (Springer, 2019). A senior member of the IEEE, he is also a member of the IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES), and a distinguished lecturer in the IEEE PES Distinguished Lecturer Program. He earned his BTech (Electrical Engineering) and MTech (Power Systems Engineering) degrees from National Institute of Technology Warangal, India in 1983 and 1986 respectively, and obtained his PhD from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi in 1995. His research was focused on Network Reconfiguration in Distribution Systems under the supervision of the late Dr. K.S. Prakasa Rao. This work involved developing new algorithms for various aspects of network reconfiguration such as reconfiguration for service restoration, load balancing, and loss minimization in distribution systems. These methods are relevant in the context of smart grids and distribution automation.   

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